Quick repeat of my earlier question about XC at the Olympics and the options for a nation to get two tickets in the same gender.
Jaqueline Mourão has raced in Europe in the past days/week, where in the Czech Republic she scored the following points:
Sprint - 232.56
Distance - 169.19 + 169.91
On top of that, she already had the following results/points earlier in the season:
Now, what I've been hearing since her results in the Czech Republic of last weekend is that she got the "A-limit" for the Olympics and the Brazilian federation is absolutely convinced that means they'll be able to send two female cross-country skiers to the Olympics, maybe as long as the other one gets a result of below 300 FIS points.
Are we all missing something and are they right, or are they really missing something and are they wrong, with Brazil still only having one women's quota? If for example Mika Picin or Bruna Moura want to join Mouão in Pyeongchang, which concrete results do they have to have in order to qualify?
Sorry for all the questions about this, but it's confusing when there are so many different things you hear about it and when at the same time it's something so important..